Graduate Certificate in Creative Business
University of Canberra Cricos code: 00212K.
|A course for people who:||For anyone wanting to make the step-change to a sustainable creative life.
The Graduate Certificate in Creative Business is only open for domestic student applications and admissions requirements do apply.
|Course summary:||This course is about starting, building, financing and managing creative businesses. It brings together students from different creative industries to work on a common core of business problems shared by all creative businesses.
The course combines instruction in business fundamentals with case studies, group exercises and an individual project.
While the course has a common curriculum which all students study, you may choose one of four specialist streams:
· Creative Leadership, led by creative entrepreneur Sue Maslin AO, producer of the hit film The Dressmaker. Focus: developing a personal and business leadership plan.
· Content Giants, led by Piers Grove, publisher of The Betoota Advocate and founder of EnergyLab. Focus: working in teams to develop improvisational and ephemeral creative content.
· Singular Success, led by Monica Davidson, founder of Creative Plus Business. Focus: pursuing business success as a creative freelancer.
|What you’ll learn:||A strong foundation in the theory and practice of developing, financing, structuring, and managing creative enterprises.
The ability to analyse creative business problems and opportunities from a multi-disciplinary perspective including financial, creative, and human resource considerations.
The ability to marshal and interpret relevant data and evidence in support of creative projects and business decision-making.
The ability to make ethical and sustainable business decisions in a complex creative business environment and reflect critically on creative and business practices.
The ability to communicate goals and plans with a high level of coherence and persuasiveness.
|Program Partners:||University of Canberra|
|Program Format:||The course is structured for part-time study in 4 eight-week blocks, with each block comprising about 40 hours of lectures and workshops.|
|Enrolment Closes:||Enrol before December 22nd January, 2021.
Email us at [email protected] for detailed course program or questions.